I'd appreciate some recommendations for some closed back headphones, preferably from about $50-$150 that work well monitoring when recording, and I will use largely when composing/producing music on my laptop and listening to music when I'm in coffee shops and the like, or when I want to listen to music with my wife in the room and don't want to wear IEMs. I also am physically pretty rough on headphones, so I value a balance between price and durability. Smaller is nice so long as they isolate well and are reasonably comfortable. I do own a nice dedicated amp but for these I'll probably mostly be running from the onboard sound on my Macbook Pro, so they need to be fairly efficient and low impedance. I'd like sound quality to be as good as possible, but will listen on open back headphones or IEMs when I really want the best fidelity, so these won't be my primary headphones for "serious" listening. I tend to favor generally neutral setups, with if anything a bit of a bright sound, and don't mind if bass impact isn't too significant so long as extension is low and fairly natural. I listen predominantly to a lot of classical, but also some IDM-y electronica, alternative rock, and metal. My most recent high end open back headphones are AKG-K701s which I like pretty well--better than the Sennheiser HD580s I used to have, mostly owing to a more natural feeling high end. I think maybe my favorite headphone sound was the Etymotic ER-4Ps I used to have. Anyone got good recommendations? I really appreciate the help.